Kimberly Kuizon, FOX 13 Tampa Bay

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FOX 13 Tampa Bay

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Recent articles by Kimberly:

Palmetto Police: Three suspects arrested after chase involving stolen high-end vehicles

The Palmetto Police Department found themselves in the middle of a pursuit involving two high-end stolen vehicles. → Read More

State grants non-profit 4.5-acre plot to help restore Sarasota Bay

A non-profit is growing clams for restoration and research in Sarasota Bay. → Read More

Pool closures in Tampa Bay due to lifeguard shortage

The Lido Pool in Sarasota will be closed on Tuesdays as an ongoing lifeguard shortage remains. → Read More

7 more victims identified after Palmetto man accused of luring child from birthday party, deputies say

Seven more alleged victims have been identified in the three weeks since a Palmetto man was arrested for luring a 5-year-old from a birthday party and then forcing the victim to watch child pornography and engage in sex acts, according to the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office. → Read More

'Shark lady' who founded Mote Marine remembered on postage stamp

Her picture is now printed on 18 million stamps, as her legacy continues to inspire each new generation. → Read More

Two local teachers surprised with national educator award

Two local teachers were surprised with a Milken Educator Award for their role in helping students learn. → Read More

Bradenton photographer tells 'profoundly moving' story of Ukrainian refugee crisis

Photographer Allan Mestel has an eye – and a heart – for what he calls “that decisive moment.” From the faces of people living on the streets of the Tampa Bay area to the faces of migrants crossing the border from Mexico to the US – and now the faces of Ukrainian refugees in Medyka, Poland. → Read More

'I did my job': Hero FHP trooper who stopped accused DUI driver during Skyway 10K recalls moments before crash

FHP Trooper Toni Schuck saved countless lives when she stopped a suspected drunk driver during the Skyway 10K by driving her own patrol SUV into the driver's path, knowing she was the last line of defense. "Hero, that's just a title. If that's what they want to say then that's great," she said. "I was sworn to protect and that's what I felt I did." → Read More

North Port Ukrainians break bread, find support in each other as they pray for loved ones back home

At St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church in North Port food is bringing people together. → Read More

Bradenton street flooded after contractor drills through water pipe, city says

Bradenton city officials say all hands are on deck after a contractor working in the area hit a water line. → Read More

Daredevil Nik Wallenda, 5 others to be inducted in Circus Hall of Fame

Nik Wallenda is the fifth member of his family to be honored on the Circus Hall of Fame. → Read More

Daredevil Nik Wallenda, 5 others to be inducted in Circus Ring of Fame

Nik Wallenda is the fifth member of his family to be honored on the Circus Hall of Fame. → Read More

Trial for Sebring SunTrust Bank shooter could face another delay

The families of five women gunned down at a SunTrust Bank in Sebring just over three years ago now demand justice. The man charged in their deaths has yet to face trial due to the pandemic and numerous legal delays – and another continuance may be on the horizon. → Read More

Search is on for arsonist accused of setting nearly a dozen suspicious fires across North Port

Flames from Silverleaf Road in North Port lit up the sky Tuesday night. → Read More

Sarasota government votes to permanently preserve Bobby Jones Golf Course

Nestled in the middle of Sarasota, Bobby Jones Golf Course covers 261 acres. It's the only remaining green space of its kind left in the area. City commissioners just voted to protect the land, keeping it protected and out of reach from developers, forever. It's a big moment for the city and for the community. → Read More

Unpaid fines leave nearly 2,000 Sarasota residents with suspended licenses, prompting lawsuit

Nearly 2,000 drivers in Sarasota County have had their driver's licenses suspended over unpaid fees and fines over cases that aren't related to driving offenses. The ACLU of Florida says these measures are unfair and cause unnecessary problems for citizens. → Read More

18-year-old killed in shooting during party at Sarasota park

Deputies are investigating after an 18-year-old man was shot and killed during a party at a Sarasota park. → Read More

‘I enjoyed my job’: Manatee County sergeant retires after more than 4 decades in law enforcement

After more than 40 years in law enforcement, Sergeant Mike Kenyan is hanging up his badge. → Read More

Manatee County looks to preserve untouched Rattlesnake Key

You can only get there by boat and once you do, Rattlesnake Key gives you the chance to experience a piece of Florida few will ever have the chance to. There have been talks of development on the untouched piece of land but there's a growing effort to preserve it, instead. → Read More

Sarasota teen arrested in shooting death of 14-year-old, police say

A 14-year-old boy is accused of shooting and killing another 14-year-old in Sarasota, police say. → Read More